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Art Movements Through Photography
 
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** Click the show more button below for more info and links** Sponsored by Kata Throughout Photographic History, there have been very different Art Movements, each with its own style and purpose. Through these Movements we find diverse photographic techniques, aesthetics and ideas offered. In this class, we will look at several Art Movements in the history of Photography, the photographers involved in each, and examine the visual style that pervaded each Movement. By studying these Art Movements and the photographers and artists who inspired them we can find a source for our own creativity and ideas for our own photographic work. Eileen Rafferty's Work http://www.eileenrafferty.com http://www.butterfliesandanvils.com/
Views: 132915 B&H Photo Video
What's Your Photography Style? Picture This! Photography Podcast
 
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How to Style Food for Photography
 
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BRAND NEW DOWNLOAD - The Art of Food Photography here: http://theslantedlens.com/the-art-of-food-photography-workshop/ Enter our November GIVEAWAY: https://gleam.io/gPeRR/win-the-aputure-120d-complete-accessories-kit Learn how to prep for professional food photos with Ed Rudolph using his Top 10 Tips and tricks for styling food and drinks. Follow The Slanted Lens- Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/theslantedlens Twitter: https://twitter.com/theslantedlens Instagram: https://instagram.com/theslantedlens __ Jay P. Morgan has been working as a Commercial Photographer and Film Director in the Los Angeles area for more than 20 years developing an impressive list of clients from Paramount to McDonald's. Jay P.'s experience with elaborate set design and extensive lighting are key to the success of his illustrative work. Support The Slanted Lens by shopping our affiliate links: Weekly Photography Deals & More: https://bhpho.to/2AxlpH2 Amazon- http://amzn.to/1T7Z20D --- Subscribe to The Slanted Lens and get new videos every Thursday http://bit.ly/1RgdYoM Visit the webpage: http://theslantedlens.com Visit our SPONSORS Tamron Lenses: http://bit.ly/2mZgkoz Blackrapid: http://www.blackrapid.com Platypod: http://www.platypod.com/ Morgan Photo Retouch: http://www.morganphotoretouch.com Datacolor: http://bit.ly/2lZk8Bi Vanguard: http://www.vanguardworld.us/ Triple Scoop Music: http://www.triplescoopmusic.com SKB: http://www.skbcases.com/ TSL Store: http://theslantedlens.com/tsl-store/
Views: 11023 The Slanted Lens
Lenses for Bird and Nature Photography: Birds As Art Style
 
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Sponsored by Canon In this practical and educational slide program we will learn which Canon lenses—from the 8-15mm fisheye up to the 800mm f/5.6 L IS—Artie uses to create his amazing images, how, why, and when he uses each of them, and what he is thinking as he depresses the shutter button. Most folks will be surprised to learn that a long lens with a teleconverter is often not the best tool for the job. In addition Artie will comment on exposure and image design. Arthur Morris's Sites http://www.birdsasart.com/ http://www.BirdPhotographers.net/
Views: 360070 B&H Photo Video
Fine Art Portraiture With Gemmy Woud-Binnendijk | RGG EDU Photography Tutorial Trailer
 
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In this tutorial Gemmy Woud-Binnendijk teaches fine art portraiture with a painterly style. This tutorial explores her creative process in conceptualizing, styling, makeup, lighting, posing, and everything in post-production to bring these images to life. Explore more of this photography tutorial and download the entire educational video series at the product page here: https://hubs.ly/H0cM-nM0 Drawing inspiration from master painters of the seventeenth century, Dutch photographer, Gemmy Woud-Binnendijk crafts her images meticulously from concept to realization with great care for every detail and nuance. Combining the Chiaroscuro principle and Sfumato technique, Gemmy uses contrast to create depth. By layering colors and tones she creates the soft and imperceptible transitions that have helped define her unmistakeable style. In this tutorial Gemmy reveals her entire creative process and demonstrates these techniques used to create her beautiful painterly images in the studio and in Photoshop. FOLLOW US ►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rggedu ►Befriend Us: https://www.facebook.com/rggedugear ►Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rggedu/ ►Blog: http://blog.rggedu.com/ ►Podcast: https://rggedupodcast.com Join our private newsletter & get 15% off your first order: https://hubs.ly/H0bb8t70
Views: 51544 RGG EDU
Photography lighting techniques to achieve the Renaissance Look | Fine Art Composite Tutorial
 
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Advanced Fine Art Photography lighting techniques Tutorial. Today we are going to talk about the most versatile lighting setup to get the best results in your Photography Studio. This technique allow me to achieve the iconic look in my fine art photography work. The Renaissance Look. It's a very basic principle that I learned from the painter Rembrandt. Recommended Gear: https://kit.com/PHdanielsanchez Share, Comment and Subscribe: FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/phdanielsanchez/ INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/phdanielsanchez http://www.phdanielsanchez.com Models Featured in Video: Aaron Dalla Villa, PochoTrainer, KevinPTSanchez, Vinicius de Jesus, Raul Villacis Music Credits: Liquid Memoirs - Lucid A Himitsu - Icy Vindur #renaissancelighting #renaissancephotography #rembrandtlighting
Views: 4337 PH Daniel Sanchez
Find YOUR UNIQUE Photography Style - Take on a project.
 
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Views: 30671 Matt Granger
Building your Photography Editing Style for Portraits Part 1-Your Foundation
 
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Forget presets. How do you find your photography editing style? In this tutorial we'll talk about your foundation to get you started. We'll talk do's and don't when editing portraits. In other episodes, we'll talk Instagram, colors, and tones to help you determine what style of photography you love. Follow/Contact me Instagram: @ogonzilla www.omargonzalezphotography.com What I film these videos with: https://amzn.to/2I91nY7 Lens I use for most videos: https://amzn.to/2KMBnmU What I record sound on: https://amzn.to/2rx9szq Cheap ol’ microphone if on camera: https://amzn.to/2s5wCgH Pro Canon Gear: Camera I shoot with: https://amzn.to/2I91nY7 Backup Camera: https://amzn.to/2LrP62O Favorite Portrait Lens 1: https://amzn.to/2s4HIlj Favorite Portrait Lens 2: https://amzn.to/2J1vqVe Favorite Everything Else Lens: https://amzn.to/2J1w2u0 Reception Lens: https://amzn.to/2IF5dwo
Photography Tips - Finding a Personal Photography Style 📷 DIY in 5 Ep 51
 
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Have you found your own style yet? What sets your photos apart from the rest of Tumblr, Flickr, and Instagram? We’re going to give you a few tips to find your own photography style. For starters, you’ll never find what’s unique about you if you are constantly following and admiring the work of others. We all have people we admire when it comes to style. Whether they’re fashion bloggers, landscape photographers, extreme sport athletes, there’s always something about their imagery that speaks to us, it’s inspirational. And that’s the dangerous part. If you subject yourself to other people’s work without developing your own style, you’re bound to just copy it in some way. So, as scary as it might seem, unsubscribe from that Instagram feed and go out into the real world, you’re bound to find something that speaks to you. This next tip goes hand in hand with not following others. Imitation is not a personal style, and it’s not really flattery for the original photographer. Instead if you’ve found an image that speaks to you, figure out what it is about the image that impacts you and use that. Let’s say you have a picture by Ansel Adams that you really enjoy. Figure out what it is about the image that captures you. Is it the way the light reflects off the lake in one of his landscape images, or the textured clouds in the sky of another? You can take a piece of something and just experiment with it. Now, if you want to get better at something no matter what it is, practice, practice, practice! Photography is exactly the same way. You’ll need to shoot every single day to develop your style. That’s right, every day! When you first start out things might not look that great, your composition might be slightly off, but eventually you’ll develop a technique that works. Once you get to a point where you like about 75% of your photographs you might be on to something. Know the rules, then break them! Just like anything in life, photography has rules. Whether you’re talking about rule of thirds or other composition tips, white balance and color grading there are basics that you should follow to get the best possible images. It’s only once you understand those rules that you can go ahead and break them. Lastly, shoot for yourself. Shoot what makes you happy, not what you think others might want to see. Whatever imagery drives you shoot that. It can be still life photography, architecture, or whatever specific style speaks to you, just shoot it! Photography is a personal expression and a form of art. It should represent whatever you want to say. You wouldn’t want people telling you what car to drive or what shoes to wear, so don’t let them tell you what to shoot! Think of this also as personal development. It is very satisfying once you find your own style. You’ll have much more confidence as both a photographer and as an artist. If you found these tips useful, be sure to subscribe to see all of our upcoming tips and tricks. What are some of your favorite subjects to shoot? Let us know in the comments below. Feel free to share some of your favorites with us online #DIYin5. Subscribe to Kingston: https://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=KingstonTechMemory
Views: 149358 Kingston Technology
How to Approach an Art Gallery with your Fine Art Photography
 
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https://understandphotography.com/ How Karen Shulman got into her first art gallery and is now selling her photography pieces for thousands of dollars. Karen walks us through her journey with lots of tips and advice along the way. The Understand Photography Show is a live interview-style show about travel, nature and fine art photography. Host Peggy Farren interviews photographers, travel gurus and more on this weekly show. It airs live on Fridays on the Understand Photography facebook page, then is uploaded to Youtube and iTunes. The motto at Understand Photography is "We Simplify the Technical". If you like things explained to you in a simple, step by step manner, you'll love The Understand Photography Show!
Street Photography for Beginners
 
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Learn to shoot gorgeous street + candid photography with this tutorial. Check out my comprehensive beginner photography course! http://bit.ly/katzcourse More photo tutorials: http://bit.ly/katzphotos My camera setup: http://joshkatz.me/my-camera-setup/ Buy prints of my best photos! http://joshkatz.me/prints Get Photoshop and Lightroom: http://bit.ly/buyphotoshop Golden hour calculator: http://bit.ly/yaygoldenhour ////I'M ON THE INTERNET//// Instagram: http://instagram.com/joshkatz Spotify: http://spoti.fi/1VOjWQk Photo Site: http://joshkatz.me Buy prints of my best photos! http://joshkatz.me/prints ////MY FAVORITE CAMERA GEAR//// Get Photoshop and Lightroom: http://bit.ly/getediting Go-to DSLR: http://bit.ly/6dmarkII Pocketcam: http://bit.ly/g7xpocketcam Super Lightweight Photo Tripod: http://bit.ly/traveltripods Mini Flexible Tripod: http://bit.ly/minitripods Best, Cheapest Lens You Need: http://bit.ly/cheap50mm Killer Telephoto Lens: http://bit.ly/200mmtelephoto Cheap Fisheye Lens: http://bit.ly/cheapfisheye Amazing Wide Angle Lens: http://bit.ly/neatwideangle All Purpose Zoom Lens: http://bit.ly/24to105lens Video Mic: http://bit.ly/videomicrophone Polaroid Camera: http://bit.ly/polaroidcam External Hard Drive: http://bit.ly/hardestdrive For more camera equipment + review, scope http://joshkatz.me/my-camera-setup
Views: 647755 Josh Katz
Finding a UNIQUE Style With PHOTOGRAPHY
 
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Finding your own style of photography can be a difficult process, so I decided to share with you how I went about finding my own! Just as a forewarning finding your own style is not something you do overnight, so be patient and enjoy every second of your art! My New Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/iby.focal/ Thank you to Omari & Ilias for sending over the questions! Omari’s Insta: https://www.instagram.com/o.shoots/ Ilias’s Insta: https://www.instagram.com/iliashosain/ Subscribe if you would like!! (: GEAR I USE: My Camera: Canon 5D Mark IV - https://goo.gl/CRDJYp My Main Lens: Canon 24-70 F/2.8 ii - https://goo.gl/eTQpSr The Mic I Use: RODE VideoMic Pro - https://goo.gl/xzLvn1 My Camera Bag: Canon - https://goo.gl/e4rLXt My Backup Camera: Canon T6i - https://goo.gl/yCY9bS My Second Lens: Canon 50 F/1.8 ii - https://goo.gl/rDSTKT FOLLOW ME: Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/alex.iby/ Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/IbyDesigns1/ Website: https://www.alexiby.com/ Cheers, Alex Iby
Views: 441 Alex Iby
Photography Interpretations
 
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One of the great things about photography is how different photographers interpret the same subject. This is the essence of photography and what makes it interesting. We all have our own personalities and the best photographers find ways to bring this out in their images. Its what gives them their style and what makes them who they are. Photographers in this episode: Tom Baril Michael Kenna Chuck Close Hiroshi Sugimoto Elliott Erwitt Robert Mapplethorpe Richard Avedon Martin Munkácsi Arnold Newman Henri Cartier-Bresson Gordon Parks Tina Modotti Wolf Von Dem Bussche Remember to subscribe http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=theartofphotography Follow us on social! Twitter: http://twitter.com/tedforbes Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/aop.podcast Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/tedforbes And get on our mailing list to stay up to date on photography news and the latest episodes: http://theartofphotography.tv/about/mailing-list/ Thanks for watching - if you like this video, remember to share it with your friends! Ted Forbes The Art of Photography 3100 Main St #135 Dallas, Texas 75226
Views: 60949 The Art of Photography
Renaissance Style Photography: Recreating the painting The Fall of Day TIMELAPSE
 
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Join me in this episode as I walk you through the photographic process of recreating the iconic painting Evening (The Fall of Day), William Rimmer, 1869-70. This winged being later became the inspiration to create the logo for record label Swan Song by English rock band Led Zeppelin. BRINGING AN ICONIC PAINTING TO LIFE – EVENING (THE FALL OF DAY) Gear I use: https://kit.com/PHdanielsanchez Photography and Retouching by PH Daniel Sanchez www.phdanielsanchez.com Model: Aaron Dalla Villa www.aarondallavilla.com
Views: 2162 PH Daniel Sanchez
Find Your Photography Style - Vision Boards
 
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How do I find my personal style as a photographer? This is one of the most intriguing and agonizing questions that photographers ask themselves when they start thinking about running a business and creating a portfolio. When I started my business, I sat down and created a vision board as a way to identify what I was naturally attracted to in the world of art and design. Now I have all of my apprentice photographers do this same exercise in their first week of working with me. It's fun, creative and always provides fascinating insights into your style as an artist. How it works: Look through a magazine and rip out everything that you gravitate towards. Put all the paper into a collage and snap a photo of it. Write a short paragraph describing what you see and how it makes you feel. What does it say about you? What trends or patterns do you notice? If a stranger looked at the collage and had to guess your personality or style, what would they say? You can also use Pinterest for this task. For feedback on your vision board, please feel free to email me: [email protected] I can't wait to see what you come up with. xoxo Chamonix the Happy Film Company thehappyfilmcompany.com
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Rembrandt style artistic portrait photography - light and colour photoshop tips
 
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Rembrandt style artistic portrait photography - light and colour tips free texture download here http://academy-of-photography.com/rembrandt-lighting-technique-old-painting-vintage-style-effect/ I have been fascinated about this ole vintage look for a portrait. I have seen many professional photography competitions in my past and I have noticed that fact that making a portrait looking old in Rembrandt style is appreciated. This is not copying blindly the famous painter, it is just borrowing few visual language elements. A good lesson for any artist photographer is to study art history and try to understand various approaches to beauty. I believe using elements of visual art from one domain to other can be successful, especially we are talking here about painting and photography as 2 different self standing artistic field. I have noticed that the old vintage look can be easily achieved in post production either in Photoshop or Adobe Lightroom, where playing with the colour balance, white balance, contrast, exposure and few other basic controls is very easy. Also adding a bit of old dried paint texture can be done with photo shop by adding a soft light blending layer on top which borrows a specific texture , and blends it into an image. Please follow the video above for the detail how to do the photo shop post editing part. Another aspect one needs to consider is also the Rembrandt lighting, as if the direction of light is not good, there is nothing you can do in post production. As a photographer I always ensure that the result form the camera is already an end result and I never rely of the post processing and editing step, as if the pictures is staffed up what happens after is useless. The Rembrandt lighting set up means one soft light at 45 degrees to one side of the model and above. The face is half lit and there is the light triangle cast by the nose to the shadowed cheek.
Views: 32585 Academy of Photography
LEARNING FROM THE MASTERS - NORMAN ROCKWELL - Style, Illustration, Painting and Photography
 
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A new episode of LEARNING FROM THE MASTERS, this time about Norman Rockwell. Lots of things to learn and question : what about painting in a world where photograhy rules ? How does popular culture can affect the reaistic painter ? Again, I am not pretending to be an expert, I even have to admit that I don't know much about Rockwell, but I'll try to learn with you guys. Just an artist looking at a master with an artist's point of view. Streaming schedule : every Wednesday and Saturday 8pm (Paris Time ) To support the stream, you can make donations here : ✔ Make a donation appear live during stream : https://youtube.streamlabs.com/florentfargesarts ✔ Support me privately via Paypal : paypal.me/FlorentFarges/20 ✔ Tipeee (crowdfunding) : https://www.tipeee.com/florent-farges-arts ✔ My website : www.florentfarges.com ✔Like / follow : https://www.facebook.com/FlorentFargesArts/ Thanks for watching ! CHAT RULES (Mods, please refer to this and remind it from time to time if necessary) : ☼ DO NOT type in all CAPS or Spam. I'm unlikely to read it if you do and it is likely to get purged. ☼ DO NOT post links, self promote. ☼ DO NOT be rude, vulgar, racist, bully, sexist or anything of the sort in chat. Message pour mon public francophone : Comme beaucoup de monde me le demande, je parle en anglais par défaut car 80 % de mon public ne parle pas français. Mais si vous me parlez en français dans le live je vous répondrai avec plaisir en français. S'il vous plaît, ça ne sert à rien de m'envoyer des messages et des mails pour vous plaindre de cela. Je parle dans la langue de mon choix, merci de comprendre.
Views: 4588 Florent Farges - arts
Classic Portrait: Old Hollywood Style Photography
 
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Today we're taking a look at how to pull off an "old Hollywood" style setup in the studio.
Views: 16634 MatthewSimmonsPhoto
How to develop your style of wildlife photography | Klaus Tiedge
 
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Klaus Tiedge wildlife fine art photographer explains how you get to develop you own photography style and that it is continuous learning which makes you a pro.
Find your Creative Vision and Style in Photography with Seth Resnick
 
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https://understandphotography.com/ Superstar photographer Seth Resnick puts Peggy on the spot to help draw out her creative vision. By asking good questions, Seth can guide his workshop participants to find their style and vision and push their creativity. Tying together conceptual and emotional keywords, Seth helps pull the vision together. Listen to episode 102 of The Understand Photography Show for constructive inspiration! The Understand Photography Show is a live interview-style show about travel, nature and fine art photography. Host Peggy Farren interviews famous photographers, specialty photographers, travel gurus and more on this weekly show. It airs live on Fridays on the Understand Photography facebook page, then is uploaded to Youtube and iTunes. The motto at Understand Photography is "We Simplify the Technical". If you like things explained to you in a simple, step by step manner, you'll love The Understand Photography Show! https://understandphotography.com/
Creating a Unique Photography Style with Joel Grimes - Part I of the Joel Grimes Interview
 
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Full article at - http://www.slrlounge.com/creating-a-unique-photography-style-with-joel-grimes Be sure to catch part two of the video with article here: http://www.slrlounge.com/creating-a-unique-photography-style-with-joel-grimes-part-2 Join us on Facebook at - http://www.facebook.com/slrlounge Follow us on Twitter @SLRLounge Joel Grimes's website at - http://joelgrimes.com/ Joel Grimes recently visited SLR Lounge for an in-depth interview about his work, his journey, and his vision as a photographer. Joel Grimes has one of the most unique and recognizable photographic styles in the world today. It's refreshing to see a photographer who doesn't just follow the trend, but sticks to his vision as an artist. Driven by the creative process, Joel views himself as an illusionist, creating portraits larger than life. "There is no face on the planet that is the same, and my vision as an artist is to capture that individual uniqueness through the creative photographic process."
FOOD ART PHOTOGRAPHY
 
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Food Art Photography is a creative style – explore it! Only your imagination limits you. With linked recipe – How to make a layered savoury cake: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IGgd4CRWyoY ------- This channel offers masterclasses in Food Photography and Styling for both a professional camera and a smartphone.  New uploads with food photography assignments every week! http://instagram.com/foodphotographyandstyling http://www.foodphotographyandstyling.se http://www.pinterest.com/biancabcox/food-photography-and-styling
Fine Art Photography: From Scan to Print to Frame
 
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You better believe it. I'm printing that photo of Houston's Liquor from my most recent on-location video. And I'm doing it big: 2-foot by 6-foot. Oh, what's that? You want to see how it's made? I thought you'd never ask. Seriously. I thought no one would ever ask to see this. But hey, I'm doing it anyway. So I made a video showing the entire process from scan to print to frame to hanging it on the wall. I started with a drum scan...but that didn't work out too well. So I instead scanned the 6x17 negative (of Kodak Portra 160 film) on my Epson V750 scanner. Then I cleaned up the file and prepped it for printing before sending off to Pro Photo Connection in Irvine, CA to get a C-type wet-process print on Fujifilm Crystal Archive Pearl paper. They used a beast of a machine: a ZBE Chromira ProLab printer. It came out so. damn. good. ...if I may say so myself. Then the print was mounted on 3/4 gator board and laminated with a luster lamination before heading off to Salamon Art in Fountain Valley, CA for framing where they wrapped it in a beautiful warm-gray float-frame. With the print finished and hanging on the wall, it was time for me to enjoy a cold celebratory beer while I pontificate about the virtues of printing and why you should do it too. Because if I can't pretentiously lecture to you about what you should be doing with your photography, why do this at all, you know? But really, I hope you enjoyed watching this whole process of capturing, scanning, printing, framing and hanging this 6x17 film image on the wall. By the way, I created this photo on Kodak Portra 160 film using a Shen-Hao TFC 617-A panoramic camera. You can view the original on-location video where I created this photo here: https://youtu.be/G_wiHZZND6I Printing (and film processing) by Pro Photo Connection in Irvine: https://www.prophotoconnection.com Framing by Salamon Art: https://www.salamonart.com Thank you for watching, subscribing, and commenting! Website: https://www.nickcarverphotography.com Instagram: http://www.instagram.com/nickcarver
Views: 56148 Nick Carver
THE ROLE OF COLOR IN PHOTOGRAPHY
 
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Color plays a unique roll in photography when its used effectively. In the early days of photography, images were rendered in monochrome. Today we have the unique advantage of unlimited possibilities with technology to do almost anything we can imagine, but the challenge of color still remains. Color is most effective when it plays an important roll in the image. Books: Ernst Haas - Color Correction http://amzn.to/2lMOsmw Luigi Ghirri - Kodachrome http://amzn.to/2kNQhjF Saul Leiter - Early Color http://amzn.to/2lHbwmp Subscribe for more videos! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=theartofphotography Watch More Episodes: COLOR PHOTOGRAPHS FROM 1907 :: AUTOCHROME AND PICTORIALISM https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=n7eBDh5V-og 3 INFLUENTIAL COLOR PHOTOGRAPHERS https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=vzxQ_HC8Ziw THE COLOR WORK OF HEINRICH KUHN https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QCVQtnhtYdE Twitter: http://twitter.com/tedforbes Instagram: http://instagram.com/tedforbes Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/TheArtofPhotography/ Pinterest: http://pinterest.com/tedforbes Website: http://theartofphotography.tv And get on our mailing list to stay up to date on photography news and the latest episodes: http://theartofphotography.tv/about/mailing-list/ Thanks for watching - if you like this video, remember to share it with your friends! Ted Forbes The Art of Photography 2830 S. Hulen, Studio 133 Fort Worth, TX 76109 USA My name is Ted Forbes and I make videos about photography. I’ve been making photographs most of my life and I have a tremendously deep passion for photography that I want to share with you on YouTube. The Art of Photography is my channel and I produce photography videos to provide a 360 degree look into the world of making images. We all want to get better so lets do this together! I make videos covering famous photographers, photography techniques, composition, the history of photography and much more. I also have a strong community of photographers who watch the show and we frequently do social media challenges for photographers to submit their own work. I feature the best and most interesting on the show when we do these so come check it out and get involved!
Views: 50412 The Art of Photography
CREATIVE PHOTOGRAPHY TUTORIAL - Photographing The Unusual
 
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Ray Scott encourages all photographers to seek out unusual and not so popular subjects in order to create really different photos. It's really a case of keeping the mind open and always carrying a camera. When in studio or in the field Ray uses Canon gear. This is a choice he made years ago knowing that he was buying into a system that he could grow into. His go to camera is the Canon EOS 6D with the second camera being a Canon 5D. Lenses used are all L series f/4 except for the 100mm macro f/2.8L lens. They are the 16-35mm f/2.8 wide angle, 24-105mm f/4 walk around and the 70-200mm f/4L medium telephoto. These lenses round out the kit which is carried about with either a Lowepro Urban Reporter 250 messenger bag for city shooting or a Lowepro Sling Bag for landscape field work. While Ray does more camera handholding than before due to the image stabilization capabilities of his various lenses, he still is a believer in using his Manfrotto carbon fibre tripod. It's light and it is sturdy. In studio Ray now uses Westcott constant lighting for good clean balanced lighting. Ray is a firm believer in exposing himself to as much photography and its history as possible. By looking at other people's photos, he has gained a big appreciation of what this medium has to offer. Ray doesn't think that "copying" someone else's style is a good thing but rather feels that exposing oneself to others work can work as a teaching and inspirational tool. With this in mind, Ray has amassed a list of favorite photographers that he uses for inspiration. Some of these artistic photographers are Galen Rowell, Ansel Adams, Frans Lanting, Annie Leibovitz, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Capa, Freeman Patterson, William Neill and Richard Avedon. One of the playlists on this channel is called "neighbourhood photographer" which covers tutorials shot in urban and suburban areas. It's always a challenge to see different things of interest when you've been to an area many times yet this is the best way to create good images. You need to return to familiar locations many times. To do so, Ray often drives by car to an area but when he really wants to cover ground yet see things more clearly, he uses his bicycle…bike…and explores the given place. Whether shooting landscape, macro, portrait or abstract images, Ray always tries to be aware of his surroundings to capture the best pictures possible. Part of this workflow means he is very aware of composition and uses various tips, such as the rule of thirds, as a good starting point in composing. He also likes to break rules from time to time to add new effects to his photos. Being aware of angles, shadows, shapes, lines, textures, patterns and colours goes a long way to making good pictures. He is also a big believer in "getting out there" and shooting as much as possible as it is the only way to improve and flex one's imagination. His message is it doesn't matter if you do your photography in the city, suburbs country, mountains or by the sea, just make sure you do it and follow your artistic passion. Find me also on… Facebook...https://www.facebook.com/visart66?ref=hl Website...https://www.visart.ca
Creative Photography and Art Polaroid Style
 
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These images came from photos I shot over the years and collages I made from them in PS. I also edited them to fit a Polaroid frame I created using PS. I love the Polaroid style, some shots just look so good in Polaroid format. I love the music, thank you for letting me use it on the video
Views: 172 BlueCafe2
A Guide to Street Photography: Gavin Harrison's smartphone art | Engadget
 
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A Guide to Street Photography: Gavin Harrison's Smartphone Art. The third and final street photographer in this trilogy represents a very different (and non-deferential) way of doing things. As you're about to see, Gavin Harrison doesn't stick to traditional ideas of what a street shot should look like, or to what sort of camera should be used to capture it. In fact, he spends more time thinking about smartphone apps than about lenses or exposure settings, and there's a lot he can teach us. Read on Engadget: http://goo.gl/UdplBc Subscribe To Engadget Today: http://bit.ly/YA7pDT About: Street photography is the purest, most spontaneous way to create art with a camera. No studios, no props, no poses; all you need is the right equipment and a street with people on it. In this original series for Engadget, we'll follow three seasoned street fighters and try to glean some practical wisdom about what engages their eyes, brains and fingers in the moments before they shoot. About Engadget: Engadget provides the web's best consumer electronics & gadgets coverage. Launched in 2004 by former Gizmodo editor and co-founder Peter Rojas, Engadget now covers the latest mobile devices, computers, TVs, laptops, personal electronics, hardware, tablets, and cameras. Engadget's video property is a part of the AOL On Network. Get More Engadget: Read: http://engt.co/YZHYeP Like: http://on.fb.me/YZI4mL Follow: http://bit.ly/YFfj0L
Views: 72469 Engadget
FINDING YOUR STYLE IN PHOTOGRAPHY (Motivational Video)
 
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This video is for any artist who is in need of a motivational video to help them get out of a creative slump. Hope you enjoy.
Views: 3452 Marc Klaus
Renaissance Style Photography: PERSPECTIVE Matching for Composites
 
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In this episode you are going to learn how to shoot your photographs to create Renaissance style photography composites. This concept really helped me to get more realistic results and took my fine art photography game to the next level. Recommended Gear: https://kit.com/PHdanielsanchez Share, Comment and Subscribe: FACEBOOK: http://www.facebook.com/phdanielsanchez/ INSTAGRAM: http://www.instagram.com/phdanielsanchez http://www.phdanielsanchez.com Models Featured in Video: Aaron Dalla Villa, Kathryn Kuhn #renaissancelighting #renaissancephotography #rembrandtlighting
Views: 1055 PH Daniel Sanchez
Making a Fine Art Photography Print (2 of 2)
 
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View "Making a Fine Art Photography Print (1 of 2)": http://youtu.be/fyzhdlpSgvI In part 2 of 2 in this series on making a fine art photography print, I'll show you the 8x10 proof and how to analyze it. You'll also see how I deckled the edge on my full-size watercolor paper print. Then we'll look at the final, finished fine art print framed and hanging on the wall. There's no greater satisfaction in digital and film photography than creating a finished fine art print to hang on the wall. Whether you do it in a traditional darkroom setting or you scan the film negative on an Epson V750 scanner like I did here, the results can be incredibly rewarding. I love creating fine art photography prints because I find digital sharing unfulfilling. With digital files, it's here today, gone tomorrow. But a true print can't be ignored so easily. And although the cost involved can deter some beginner photographers, it's worth the expense on the photos that really matter. That's why I encourage my students to print their photos instead of just letting them gather dust on their hard drive. The photography print I made in this video is from a scanned 6x7 negative shot with a Mamiya RZ67 camera in Joshua Tree National Park. The film used was Ilford Delta Professional 100 medium format film. The scanner used is an Epson V750 with SilverFast software. I used watercolor paper and had it float-mounted in a shadowbox frame. View the on-location video where I took this photo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RanBtwmSoQ Printing by Pro Photo Connection in Irvine, CA: http://stores.prophotoirvine.com Framing by Salamon Art in Fountain Valley, CA: http://www.salamonart.com Nick Carver Photography Main: http://www.nickcarverphotography.com/ Online Photography Courses: http://www.nickcarverphotography.com/teaching/online_courses/ Orange County Photography Classes: http://www.nickcarverphotography.com/teaching/classes/
Views: 68690 Nick Carver
Fine Art Photography: My First Art Festival
 
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I'd been thinking of doing an art festival for awhile. The idea of getting my framed fine art photography out on display at a gathering of artists seemed like it would be right up my alley, because, after all, the framed print is really my greatest passion in photography. In order to test the waters a bit before I attempted a large multi-day show, I submitted my work for the Newport Beach Art in the Park at the Newport Beach Civic Center in Orange County, CA. This would be the perfect avenue to get my sea legs on this whole art festival thing - it was only one day and it was close to my home base in Tustin, CA. So if it didn't go well, I'd only be out a Saturday and I'd be sleeping in my own bed to cry it off. This video chronicles my work leading up to and including the festival (and I'm happy to say there was no need to cry it off at the end of the day!). From planning to execution, I wanted to show what's really involved in an undertaking like this. I learned a lot doing this show, but I'm sure there is still plenty more to learn. This won't be my last festival. Despite the immense amount of work and expense involved, it was just too damn fun and rewarding to stop here! Please visit my website for more videos, tips, how-to's, online photography courses, and more! Follow me on Facebook and Twitter and please give this video a thumbs up! Nick Carver Photography Main: http://www.nickcarverphotography.com/ Online Photography Courses: http://www.nickcarverphotography.com/teaching/online_courses/ Orange County Photography Classes: http://www.nickcarverphotography.com/teaching/classes/ Subscribe to my YouTube channel at http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=nickcarverphoto
Views: 33564 Nick Carver
Shooting Different Styles of Photography : The Art of Candid Photography
 
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Catching the best candid photos; learn techniques and pro tips for great photographs in this free video on shooting different styles of photography. Expert: James Flint Bio: James Flint has been working with computers professionally for more than 10 years. Filmmaker: Reel Media LLC
Views: 2170 expertvillage
Order Framed Art Prints of Retro-Style 35mm Photography!
 
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Order Framed Art Prints at weirdgeometry.com/store/
Views: 40 Andrew Del Monte
Define your style ... Define your art ... Define yourself ... Photography ...
 
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{Just Hatched Designs Photography Props} We are on a creative journey and invite you to join along. View to learn a little bit about the behind the scenes action at Just Hatched Designs.
Views: 1026 Hayley Hutchinson
PHOTOGRAPHY TIPS AND TRICKS - Create A Classic Vintage/Retro Photo Effect
 
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Having been inspired by the classic film "To Kill A Mockingbird" starring movie legend Gregory Peck, Ray Scott creates a vintage / retro looking box of nostalgic items. In this tutorial he gives you ideas on what to use to make your own box of aged items and then takes you through the process of creating an "old look" for your photography project. While most of the work can be done in Photoshop, Ray uses the highly intuitive and fun to use Silver Efex Pro 2 for one of the photos and Analog Efex Pro 2 for the other. Both of these terrific softwares can be found within the Nik Collection by Google. The first photo starts off as black and white but winds up being a monochrome image after being given a sepia toning. The second picture is converted to a toned image complete with scratches right in the Analog software. If ageing your photographs is something that interests you then this video should provide some ideas and hopefully some inspiration as well. When in studio or in the field Ray uses Canon gear. This is a choice he made years ago knowing that he was buying into a system that he could grow into. His go to camera is the Canon EOS 6D with the second camera being a Canon 5D. Lenses used are all L series f/4 except for the 50mm macro with extender. 16-35mm f/4L, 24-105mm f/4L, and 70-200mm f/4L round out the kit which is carried about with either a Lowepro Urban Reporter 250 messenger bag for city shooting or a Lowepro Sling Bag for landscape field work. While Ray does more camera handholding than before due to the image stabilization capabilities of his various lenses, he still is a believer in using his Manfrotto carbon fibre tripod. It's light and it is sturdy. Ray is a firm believer in exposing himself to as much photography and its history as possible. By looking at other people's photos, he has gained a big appreciation of what this medium has to offer. Ray doesn't think that "copying" someone else's style is a good thing but rather feels that exposing oneself to others work can work as a teaching and inspirational tool. With this in mind, Ray has amassed a list of favorite photographers that he uses for inspiration. Some of these artistic photographers are Galen Rowell, Ansel Adams, Frans Lanting, Annie Leibovitz, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Capa, Freeman Patterson, William Neill and Richard Avedon. One of the playlists on this channel is called "neighbourhood photographer" which covers tutorials shot in urban and suburban areas. It's always a challenge to see different things of interest when you've been to an area many times yet this is the best way to create good images. You need to return to familiar locations many times. To do so, Ray often drives by car to an area but when he really wants to cover ground yet see things more clearly, he uses his bicycle…bike…and explores the given place. Whether shooting landscape, macro, portrait or abstract images, Ray always tries to be aware of his surroundings to capture the best pictures possible. Part of this workflow means he is very aware of composition and uses various tips, such as the rule of thirds, as a good starting point in composing. He also likes to break rules from time to time to add new effects to his photos. Being aware of angles, shadows, shapes, lines, textures, patterns and colours goes a long way to making good pictures. He is also a big believer in "getting out there" and shooting as much as possible as it is the only way to improve and flex one's imagination. His message is it doesn't matter if you do your photography in the city, suburbs country, mountains or by the sea, just make sure you do it and follow your artistic passion. Ray Scott is a photographer from Montreal, Quebec, Canada who invites photographers from all over the world to his channel for learning and sharing. Find me also on… Twitter...https://twitter.com/visart66 Facebook...https://www.facebook.com/visart66?ref=hl
PHOTOGRAPHY COMPOSITION TUTORIAL - Negative Space Photos Using A Coffee Cup
 
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In his latest video tutorial, Ray Scott sets up a black and white and negative space environment in order to capture interesting photos of something as simple as a coffee cup. By placing the coffee cup in certain ways and using different angles of lighting, completely different effects can be rendered. Simple is the key term here as minimal clutter is apparent. When in studio or in the field Ray uses Canon gear. This is a choice he made years ago knowing that he was buying into a system that he could grow into. His go to camera is the Canon EOS 6D with the second camera being a Canon 5D. Lenses used are all L series f/4 except for the 100mm macro f/2.8L lens. They are the 16-35mm f/4L wide angle, 24-105mm f/4 walk around and the 70-200mm f/4L medium telephoto. These lenses round out the kit which is carried about with either a Lowepro Urban Reporter 250 messenger bag for city shooting or a Lowepro Sling Bag for landscape field work. While Ray does more camera handholding than before due to the image stabilization capabilities of his various lenses, he still is a believer in using his Manfrotto carbon fibre tripod. It's light and it is sturdy. In studio Ray now uses Westcott constant lighting for good clean balanced lighting. Ray is a firm believer in exposing himself to as much photography and its history as possible. By looking at other people's photos, he has gained a big appreciation of what this medium has to offer. Ray doesn't think that "copying" someone else's style is a good thing but rather feels that exposing oneself to others work can work as a teaching and inspirational tool. With this in mind, Ray has amassed a list of favorite photographers that he uses for inspiration. Some of these artistic photographers are Galen Rowell, Ansel Adams, Frans Lanting, Annie Leibovitz, Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Capa, Freeman Patterson, William Neill and Richard Avedon. One of the playlists on this channel is called "neighbourhood photographer" which covers tutorials shot in urban and suburban areas. It's always a challenge to see different things of interest when you've been to an area many times yet this is the best way to create good images. You need to return to familiar locations many times. To do so, Ray often drives by car to an area but when he really wants to cover ground yet see things more clearly, he uses his bicycle…bike…and explores the given place. Whether shooting landscape, macro, portrait or abstract images, Ray always tries to be aware of his surroundings to capture the best pictures possible. Part of this workflow means he is very aware of composition and uses various tips, such as the rule of thirds, as a good starting point in composing. He also likes to break rules from time to time to add new effects to his photos. Being aware of angles, shadows, shapes, lines, textures, patterns and colours goes a long way to making good pictures. He is also a big believer in "getting out there" and shooting as much as possible as it is the only way to improve and flex one's imagination. His message is it doesn't matter if you do your photography in the city, suburbs country, mountains or by the sea, just make sure you do it and follow your artistic passion. Find me also on… Facebook...https://www.facebook.com/visart66?ref=hl Website...https://www.visart.ca
Trailer: Van Styles's Art of Model Photography on Skillshare.com
 
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Learn Van Styles' process for executing a model photoshoot, and then conduct a shoot of your own. Sign up for free at skl.sh/vanstyles! Music by Elan (http://itsmeelan.com/) Subscribe to Skillshare’s Youtube Channel: http://skl.sh/yt-subscribe Check out all of Skillshare’s classes: http://skl.sh/youtube Like Skillshare on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/skillshare Follow Skillshare on Twitter: https://twitter.com/skillshare Follow Skillshare on Instagram: http://instagram.com/Skillshare
Views: 19516 Skillshare
Landscape photography by James Thomas fine art photography nikon print frame photo Peter Lik style
 
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SITE http://www.thomaspremierart.com http://www.facebook.com/thomaspremierart
Views: 1667 James Thomas
Wedding Photojournalistic ( Fine art ) style photography ( WSSA.co )
 
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www.WSSA.co - for the perfect memories of your wedding day a Muslim Wedding shot in Candid and Photo-journalistic style. A wedding is an extremely special day in your life and our aim is to capture timeless, beautiful memories that you will cherish forever. It is always a privilege to be part of a wedding day, and being able to capture the emotion and the moments as they unfold is a real thrill.
Views: 2198 WSSA Co.
Mark Cohen's invasive photographic style | Photography | Showcase
 
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'Shooting from the hip' is a term that best describes American photographer Mark Cohen's approach to photography. Working on this for 6 decades, Cohen is best known for his close-up and often invasive street photography. Cohen's works and portrait experimentations are all done within the limits of a distinct rectangle frame.
Views: 2487 TRT World
Dark Magic - Fine-Art Photography Project
 
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"Dark Magic" - Fine-Art Photography Project This project was created by me and FX Creator studio in Prague in 2017. It is a story about dark sorcerer and her magic. She came to the source of and decided to draw energy from it and then to poison it ! Style and costume by FX Creator - Vlad Taupes, Josef Rarach and Krisztina Asztalos FX Creator http://www.fxcreator.pro https://www.facebook.com/hollywoodSFX https://www.facebook.com/HOLLYWOODSPFX https://www.instagram.com/fxcreator/ Krisztina Asztalos https://www.instagram.com/esztetika_make_up/ https://www.facebook.com/esztetikaszalon Model – Lada Loontseva https://www.facebook.com/loony.lu Music: Ancient Discoveries - Gavin Luke Video - Viacheslav Skripnik https://www.facebook.com/vyacheslav.skrypnyk Photographer - Irina Skripnik https://facebook.com/skripnikdp https://instagram.com/skripnikphoto ------------------ Subscribe our channel, leave your comments and give us some likes! Sincerely yours, Viacheslav and Irina Skripnik. ------------------ Follow us here: https://www.youtube.com/c/tiptopphoto https://facebook.com/skripnikdp https://facebook.com/skripnikphoto https://instagram.com/skripnikphoto https://skripnik.net ------------------ Contact us: +38 050 500 8232 +38 050 285 3000 [email protected]
Views: 315 TipTop Photo
Artist's insight: Tina Barney | Seduced by Art: Photography Past and Present | The National Gallery
 
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Take a close-up view of Hans Memling's mysterious altarpiece, 'The Donne Triptych', with photographer Tina Barney. Hear how artists direct space and subject matter in this exploration of the dynamic elements of a highly detailed group portrait. Tina Barney's photography features in the exhibition 'Seduced by Art: Photography Past and Present' and examines the interrelationship between the figures in portraits, captured in crisp resolution. Find out more about the exhibition: http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/seduced-by-art View Memling's altarpiece 'The Donne Triptych': http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/paintings/hans-memling-the-donne-triptych/29180 Watch more videos on our Channel: http://www.nationalgallery.org.uk/channel/ Follow us on Twitter @nationalgallery and use #seducedbyart in your tweets About the artist: Tina Barney is a photographer who lives and works in Rhode Island. Her large-scale portraits of family and friends depict modern affluence in a candid, documentary style.
Views: 5064 The National Gallery
Photoshop: How to create ART with the Pen tool
 
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How to create art with the Pen tool in Photoshop CS6 Orders Here: http://editorphotoshop.com/photoshop-create-art-with-the-pen-tool/ ▶Please subscribe channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCZ_t7nM_T_YyHllis0G9G6w?sub_confirmation=1 ▶Link donation: https://www.paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_donations&business=UADTHGDDM2FF8&lc=VN&currency_code=USD&bn=PP%2dDonationsBF%3abtn_donateCC_LG%2egif%3aNonHosted ▶Fanpage: https://www.facebook.com/AdobePhotoshop/ ▶Google+: https://plus.google.com/+PhotoshopTutorialPhotoEffects ▶Twitter: https://twitter.com/APhotoshopTUT © Video Copyright Photoshop Picture Editor
Views: 6215081 Photoshop Picture Editor
Rick McCawley - The Art of Street Photography
 
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Rick McCawley discusses the art of street photography by looking at the work of Henri Cartier-Bresson, Robert Doisneau, Garry Winogrand, Elliott Erwitt, Robert Frank, Josef Koudelka, Sebastião Salgado and Alex Webb. McCawley is a photographer, designer and professor of graphic design at Broward College, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida. In 12 years as a staff photographer for the Miami Herald (1980-1992), he got shot at during riots, dived to capture the first photos of the rediscovered treasure ship Nuestra Señora de Atocha, and lived in a trailer photographing the aftermath of Hurricane Andrew (part of the public service Pulitzer Prize team). You can learn more about Rick McCawley here - http://www.rickmccawley.com/ _______________________________________________________ Show us you care and please share! Thanks. Learn more at http://www.miamistreetphotographyfestival.org Sign up for email announcements and alerts - http://eepurl.com/3TvIb Follow us on social: Facebook https://www.facebook.com/MiamiStreetPhotographyFestival/ Instagram https://www.instagram.com/miamistreetphotographyfestival/
Making a Fine Art Photography Print (1 of 2)
 
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With the popularity of social media, many pictures unfortunately never get past a tiny smartphone screen. Digital photo sharing has become the endgame for most photographers. But as a photography teacher, I always encourage my students to create fine art photography prints because the satisfaction that comes from creating your own wall art is unmatched. Having something tangible that can't be deleted with a single mouse click is what photography's all about. So in this video, I'll show you how I take a medium format film negative from capture, to scan, to print, to framing. Although this print wasn't made in the traditional darkroom, the quality from my Epson V750 scanner coupled with professional grade printing techniques resulted in a superb print worthy of framing. This first of two videos in "Making a Fine Art Photography Print" shows my unique scanning process and how to prep the file for print using Adobe Photoshop Lightroom. In the next video, we'll look at the how to deckle the edge of watercolor paper to create an awesome "raw" look to your fine art. The photography print I made in this video is from a scanned 6x7 negative shot with a Mamiya RZ67 camera in Joshua Tree National Park. The film used was Ilford Delta Professional 100 medium format film. The scanner used is an Epson V750 with SilverFast software. I used watercolor paper and had it float-mounted in a shadowbox frame. View "Making a Fine Art Photography Print (2 of 2)": http://youtu.be/ijabXZ3O-lI View the on-location video where I took this photo: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3RanBtwmSoQ Ground glass by Hopf Glass: http://www.hopfglass.com/ Printing by Pro Photo Connection in Irvine, CA: http://stores.prophotoirvine.com Framing by Salamon Art in Fountain Valley, CA: http://www.salamonart.com Nick Carver Photography Main: http://www.nickcarverphotography.com/ Online Photography Courses: http://www.nickcarverphotography.com/teaching/online_courses/ Orange County Photography Classes: http://www.nickcarverphotography.com/teaching/classes/
Views: 76034 Nick Carver
The Art Of Creativity In Fashion Photography & Retouching With Amanda Diaz | Master Trailer
 
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Amanda Diaz is a world-renowned fashion photographer with a unique style and distinct look. In this 25 hour tutorial on her entire process, workflow, team, production, and post-production we dive into Amanda's world on-set with real clients to get Amanda's step-by-step thought process and teachings on her photography and style. Explore more of this photography tutorial and download the entire educational video series on the product page here: https://goo.gl/Fr1bYL This course is built around the essentials of conceptualizing various fashion photo shoots using available natural light and entry-level camera gear. Amanda is inspired by romantic and dreamy photography and admires all the different beauty in people. Come on set with Amanda while she works with real clients to gain insight into her entire workflow and how she creates her stunning imagery. Join our private newsletter & get 15% off your first order: https://hubs.ly/H0bb8t70 FOLLOW US ►Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/rggedu ►Befriend Us: https://www.facebook.com/rggedugear ►Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/rggedu/ ►Blog: http://blog.rggedu.com/ ►Podcast: https://rggedupodcast.com Our Video Production Kit At RGG EDU For Photography Education Tutorials & Promotional Videos: ►Canon C100: https://bhpho.to/2r00TLn ►Canon C300 Mk II: https://bhpho.to/2qZX1d6 ►Atomos Inferno Shogun: https://bhpho.to/2m98sk5 ►G-Technology Master Caddy SSD 512 GB: https://bhpho.to/2lZar5S ►DJI Ronin: https://bhpho.to/2siXXNM ►DJI Inspire Drone: https://bhpho.to/2r09Wf7 ►Canon 5 Kit Cine Lens: https://bhpho.to/2r06vVS ►Canon 16-35MM: https://bhpho.to/2r04Yiu ►Canon 70-200mm: https://bhpho.to/2sjrnv1 ►Canon 24-70mm: https://bhpho.to/2sjsICm ►Canon 24mm Lens: https://bhpho.to/2qZP4VA ►Canon 35mm: https://bhpho.to/2sjhhub ►Canon 50mm: https://bhpho.to/2qZHZ7o ►Canon 85 mm: https://bhpho.to/2siDqJm ►Canon 100mm: https://bhpho.to/2sjcgSg ►Canon 135mm: https://bhpho.to/2r00PLz ►Canon TSE 24mm Tilt Shift: https://bhpho.to/2siVkM0 ►Sony FS5: https://bhpho.to/2sjvmrw ►Sony 55 mm Sonnar: https://bhpho.to/2sj01oW ►Sony A7R II: https://bhpho.to/2sjsQl3 ►Zeiss Loxia Kit: https://bhpho.to/2sj27oF ►Zeiss Batis: https://bhpho.to/2paA2ue ►Wine Country Camera Filter: https://bhpho.to/2qZEFco ►Nikon D810 For BTS Stills: https://bhpho.to/2qZJh1Z ►Rode Shotgun Mic: https://bhpho.to/2mhg6Wh ►RodeLink Wirelss Filmmaker Kit: https://bhpho.to/2r02H73 ►Rode Podcaster Mic: https://bhpho.to/2r00KHF ►Presonus Studio Mixer: https://bhpho.to/2nYBXVw ►Arri Fresnel 150: https://bhpho.to/2sjwdbX ►Arri Fresnel 650 watt tungsten: https://bhpho.to/2r09FJ4 ►Arri Fresnel 300: https://bhpho.to/2sj1wDA ►Arri 1K Kit: https://bhpho.to/2qZWJTB ►Impact 36x48 Softbox: https://bhpho.to/2r08ZDG ►Impact Medium Strip Soft Box: https://bhpho.to/2r074io ►Impact 24x32: https://bhpho.to/2mkjjDm ►Light Boom Cambo RD- https://bhpho.to/2qZIpux ►Kupo Riser C-Stand 40: https://bhpho.to/2sjw9sr ►Inovativ Scout EVO Cart: https://bhpho.to/2sjbO6V ►G Drive Shuttle XL Hard Drive: https://bhpho.to/2r0b6Hs ►Apple Mac Book Pro: https://bhpho.to/2r03BAl ►Apple Mac Pro: https://bhpho.to/2sj4VlP ►KRK Rokit Studio Speaker: https://bhpho.to/2sjijXa ►NEC Monitor: https://bhpho.to/2r094Hq ►Adobe Creative Cloud Premiere: https://bhpho.to/2sjdayx ►Manfrotto 504HB Tripod: https://bhpho.to/2r0eTog ►One Man Crew: https://bhpho.to/2sjbswJ ►Indie Dolly Tracks: https://bhpho.to/2r07yVR ►Indie Dolly System: https://bhpho.to/2sjnzKv
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Wedding Photography Tips: Your Style with Ryan Brenizer
 
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Shop at B&H: http://www.bandh.com Ryan Brenizer Photography: http://www.ryanbrenizer.com Ryan Brenizer, a New York-based photographer, explains the importance of growing your own unique style in wedding photography while narrowing in on your desired client market.
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Wu Hung "Inventing a Chinese Portrait Style in Early Photography"
 
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Who invented the so-called "Chinese portrait style" in photography after this new visual technology reached China in the mid-19th century? What did such an "invention" mean at this particular historical moment? This talk speculates on these and other questions by focusing on Milton Miller's career as a transnational photographer and the creation of his China portraits.
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